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a hypocrite but that is the currency of this administration. lou: if not the city itself. [laughter] >> as opposed to our fair city. lou: not a matter of comparison that we would hope the nation's capital has a higher standard. >> i am not sure it does. john brennan i think is the president's choice and barring a revelation, revelation, yes, he probably will be confirmed. lou: thank you for being here. we will have much more on the leon panetta / benghazi testimony with a means for the security of the nation throughout the broadcast. >> targeting lawful gun owners and publishing names and addresses. we'll talk with somebody who knows the answer to that question next. more budget battles on capitol hill. where is the market headed? next. lou: in sharp swings in the market today and liz saunders joins us live from charles schwab joins us and says get used to the volatility. and then with the early trading to make it back even bnp and nasdaq down and volume on the big board today apple announces it will carefully consider the proposal that issue some form of preferred stock that sounds
of people, and more important, businesses back to the city and revived the city. >> he came on the show many, many times, and as a live long democrat, he was still always just calling it like he saw it. that was the fascinating thing. he was gutsy, and if he thought anybody from either side of the aisle did something wrong, he called it out. >> you know, one of those people who even when you disagreed with him, plenty of times i disagreed with him on particular points, more liberal than i was, but even when you disagreed, you loved the guy. you stilled loved him, an example of what we lost in this country, being able to really like and still admire people with whom you disagree. >> ed koch did incredible things for the city. people were down on new york back then, david. they wanted us to fail. we were in the rears in many regards with the financial situation, but he and a guy they hooked up with to create bonds that saved this city, and that's why today outside our news corporation building, we fly the flags at half staff. >> he was a very big, lovable personality, and the
, it could seriously have leveled the city which brings us to nasa. are they doing enough to prevent a giant space rock from hitting us? do you wonder about that now? it is now the time to strip away funding. here with more on this is terice, managing directorof space.com. first of all, a lot of people wonder if there's a connection between the two events? dpl that was the first question we had, too. the answer right now is no. nasa says that the two -- the asteroids, the one that flew by this afternoon, the big one, they came from completely different directions meaning they are not from the same object, and they say that fairly conclusively. melissa: a coincidence. >> pardon the pun, a cosmic coincidence. amazing it happened in the same day. melissa: makes you feel vulnerable. we watch one, and we get hit from the other side. you say the key to protect ourselves 1 -- is not helmets, but early detection. >> yeah, you can't protect yourself from asteroids if you don't know they are out there. that's something nasa, they have a program in place to look for the big ones, the ones that could de
the hour your fox news minute. former new york city mayor ed koch has died, he brought the city of near bankruptcy in 1970s and all for the 1980s. the outspoken native new yorker became a national figure with his enthusiastic and often combative personality. he died of heart failure in manhattan. mayor koch was 80. in china of the highway collapsed sending 2 dozen vehicles plummeting more than one hundred feet. the official chinese news agency reporting nine people are confirmed dead. in turkey two are dead after an explosion and the u.s. embassy in ankara. homicide bomber expected--believed to be from a marxist extremists groups that explosives at a side entrance checkpoint killing himself, a turkish security guard and injuring a female turkish journalists. military sources tell fox news estate at this time. those are your headlines. connell: we will stay with that topic here and look at you oil market with tension in the middle east and the bombing in turkey outside the u.s. embassy worth $98 for crude oil although i will point out oil has been going that mostly on optimism about glob
in 19 of 20 cities measured that is the best calendar year since 2000 five. let's head back to liz claman at the cme for the second part of her exclusive interview with acting treasury secretary neil wolin and find out what he has to say about too big to fail. liz? liz: i can tell you this, everybody at treasury agrees, including neil wolin, the acting treasury secretary. there is no taste for a bailout like we saw four years ago with aig and the other problems. he is was one of the architects of dodd-frank of the he worked on it very hard. there are people who say it doesn't do enough. there are other people like attorneys general from 11 states including oklahoma who last week was on fox business says it gives treasury too much power. i began asking him does dodd-frank truly eliminate keeping us the taxpayer on the hook from too big to fail banks? >> the statute made clear once and for all, taxpayers will not be on the hook for dealing with failed financial institutions. it creates the statute does, a whole process which the owners of those firms, management of those firms have t
sources telling fox news that all u.s. staff are safe at this time. in mexico city, people are dead after the explosion at a mexican owned state oil company. the cause of the explosion remains unknown. those are your headlines. who got bleeped, you or me? thank you to congress taking the can down the road, massive defense cuts were put off until march 1. with just one month ago, there is little sign of progress. general charles joining us now. welcome, sir. $500 million in defense department spending cuts. they are likely inevitable. your thoughts on the impact. >> first of all, there has already been $487 billion of cuts levied on the deal. the 500 billion that is pending would be devastating. one of the things that i like to remind people of is we are already in sequestration. the department has already started cutting their spending on many other programs. lori: the first tape showed a contraction. as you know, there are a lot of deficit hawks out there that are happy to see cuts as painful as they may be. >> the problem is, the way it is being done now is very inefficient. it is like
confirmed dead following a blast in mexico city. an explosion rocked the head quarters of pemex, the state oil giant, yesterday afternoon. crews are still scrambling to find survivors in the rubble. officials are unsure what specifically caused the explosion. steven chu is stepping down, served since the beginning of the first obama administration. she -- he says he'll stay in office past the end of the month to help the white house find his successor. oil futures climbed, and strong u.s. manufacturing data, crude fell to $97.77 for the week and rose 2%. all right. coming up, states across the u.s. pushing to hike minimum wage, but businesses could slash payrolls to return the favor. breaking it down in the number crunch. plus, another nightmare looming for boeing. 23,000 of the engineers could be going on strike on top of the dreamliner fiasco. can it avoid a financial crash landing? we got the details. can you ever have too much "money"? ♪ melissa: okay. on to the always controversial issue of minimum wage, a growing number of states looking to hike the minimum wage with nine states al
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